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Earth has the strongest gravity of the terrestrial planets.

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Earth is the most massive terrestrial planet, so it has the highest surface gravity.


Of the terrestrial planets, Earth has. Of allthe planetsin our solar system, Jupiter has.


A terrestrial planet is a planet that has a solid surface made of rock.


A terrestrial planet has a solid surface and is made largely of rock.



None. All planets have gravity.


The earth does not have more gravity than any other planet. It does have the highest surface gravity of any of the inner planets, but Jupiter (2.6 g), Neptune (1.14g) and Saturn (1.1g) each have a higher surface gravity than earth. The surface gravity of the three planets is written as a function of (as the multiple of) the surface gravity of earth (g). (If a planet had twice the surface gravity of earth, its surface gravity could be written as 2g.)


Earth is considered a terrestrial planet because it has a solid, rocky surface.


The acceleration of gravity at the surface of each terrestrial planet is proportional to the mass of each planet and inversely proportional to the square of the planet's radius, with Newton's gravitational proportionality constant, and is not correlated in any way with any characteristic of the planet's atmosphere. In other words: It ain't related.


It is a terrestrial drawft planet because of its rocky and icy surface


It depends but in most cases you would weigh more on a gas planet. While the gas planets have a far greater mass than the terrestrial planets, they also have much larger radii. The strength of the surface gravity of a planet is directly proportional to its mass and inversely proportional to the square of its radius. Three of the four gas planets in the solar system have stronger surface gravity than any of the terrestrial planets. Uranus is the exception. Uranus is about 4 times the radius of Earth and 14.5 times Earth's mass, which gives Uranus a surface gravity 88.6% that of Earth. So you would weigh less on the gas planet Uranus than you would on Earth or Venus, which are terrestrial planets.


Technically, the answer is Jupiter, which is the most massive planet in our solar system. However, Jupiter does not have a solid surface.


The term terrestrial planet means that the planet has a solid rocky surface, unlike the gas giants. The four terrestrial planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars.


Mars has about 38% of the Earth's surface gravity.


Neptune is a gas planet and thus does not have a well defined surface like a terrestrial planet does.


Io is a moon of Jupiter, not a planet. Surface gravity is about 18% of the gravity on Earth.


No. The strength of surface gravity on a planet depends on its size and mass.


The planet Jupiter has the most gravity. It is 2.64 that of Earth.


A terrestrial planet is one that, like Earth, has a solid surface as well as a dense core.(The antonym is gas giant planet.)A planet designated as a terrestrial planet may not actually have conditions favorable to lifeforms found on Earth.


At the surface of the planet Mars, the gravity at the equator is 37.6 % of the gravity of the Earth and the surface on the equator.


No. Neptune is known as what we call a "gas giant." That means it is made of gas. The word 'terrestrial' means like planet Earth and have a solid surface.


Earth is a terrestrial planet as opposed to a Jovian planet that is made up of mostly gas which is Helium and hydrogen and you should know its a Terrestrial planet cause of its rocky surface and its inner core also it's size.


Perhaps the planet "Terra" otherwise known as "Earth".


Uranus is a gas giant and does not have a solid surface.


The planet that has the highest or strongest gravity is also the most massive of all the planets. With this, Jupiter has the strongest gravity.



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